They're in love! They're a couple in love!
Aren't they just the sweetest??
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Whatchu know about passionfruit??
Not enough, whatever you think! Luckily, here's Margaux J. Rathbun to give you the 411 on the tasty goodness:
Walnuts are rich in heart-healthy fats and an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. They are a good source of the important minerals copper and manganese. These nuts also have a concentrated source of sleep-promoting tryptophan to help you rest at night.
Keep it healthy this holiday! From BBQs to buffets, it's easy to get off-course and eat less than nourishing foods. Be sure to stay hydrated this Forth of July by drinking plenty of water (and even squeeze a little lemon in it for a nice boost of vitamin C). Avoid drinking unhealthy soda by carrying with you coconut water, freshly-brewed iced tea, or sparking water with cranberry juice. Eat healthy and delicious foods like watermelon (loaded with lycopene), summer squash (great source of immune-boosting zinc), and vine-ripened tomatoes (full of antioxidants). No matter what you do (or eat) have a safe and fun Forth of July.
Happy Independence Day!
For more nutrition tips, visit Margaux J. Rathbun's website Authentic Self Wellness or follow her on Twitter @MargauxRathbun — and if U wanna know more about BBQs OR anything else, U can always email us at Questions@FitPerez.com!!
Flaxseeds have gained incredible popularity lately and for good reason! These little seeds are full of omega-3 fatty acids which help prevent inflammation and keep our skin soft and smooth. They are also loaded with antioxidants that help boost our immune system.
FACT. Watermelon is delicious.
But don't just take our word for it - here's Margaux J. Rathbun to give you the lowdown on one of the greatest fruits known to man.
Peaches are a great source of vitamins B3, beta-carotene, and folate. Peaches also contain a good amount of calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. The lutein and zeaxanthin in peaches help promote healthy eyes while the boron found in peaches can help to stabilize hormones and reduce the craving for something sweet during times of PMS.